Sunday, September 15, 2019

How Big A Deal Is US Shale? -- September 15, 2019

Twenty years ago if there had been a similar attack on Saudi Arabia, we would be talking about $200 oil.

Yesterday, after the attack, "we" were talking about $100 oil.

When the futures market opened this evening (6:00 p.m. EDT), WTI spiked 12%, jumping almost $6/bbl, trading over $61/bbl.

Now, at 11:53 p.m. CT, WTI is up 8.95% at $59.77.

$59.77? LOL. Are you kidding?

$59.77.

I talked to my wife who is out in California: at worse they expect gasoline to go up 25 cents/gallon. Anyone remember the OPEC embargo?

That's still not high enough to "save" Saudi Arabia.

It may not even be enough to save some US shale operators.

It's still well below what Harold Hamm thinks is a fair price for oil.

This is really amazing.

All because of the US shale revolution.

Had the Keystone XL pipeline not been killed by President Obama, the events in Saudi Arabia would have been even less concerning for the global oil market. But Obama knew better. What a doofus.

I recall a great movie of some years ago, The Manchurian Candidate or something like that.

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Conspiracy Theory -- They're Watching Me

My wife is out of town. When she's out of town the television is not turned on at all.

At all.

Except for NASCAR.

I was away from the house all day (or better said, away from the 1,000-square-foot hovel we call an apartment all day) -- attending a water polo tournament involving our oldest granddaughter. On the drive home I checked the smart phone, googling "NASCAR today."

Wow, the race coverage was to begin at 6:00 p.m. I would be able to watch all of it.

I turned on the television about 5:30 p.m. and got ready to watch the race. Volume was off. I saw someone singing the national anthem. I saw a crawler identifying someone as the race marshall.

I don't recall seeing the start of the race. I fell asleep. I woke up at 8:25 p.m. CT or thereabouts. The television set was still on.

But.

Channel 31, NASCAR race, was frozen. I saw a still "photo" of three cars rounding a curve. But no movement. The screen was frozen. We get a thousand channels through Spectrum Cable. To the best of my knowledge, scrolling through the entire 1,000 stations -- some hyperbole, here, but not much -- I couldn't access three. One of the three out of the 1,000 stations: the NASCAR race.

LOL.

One thousand channels, and of the three that are "knocked out," one of them is NASCAR.

Fortunately I was able to stream the event on my laptop just in time to see the winner, M. Truex, Jr., drive into the winner's circle.

Bummer.

Later, 11:00 p.m. CT: all channels are now working normally.

YouTube Bans "Live Streaming" From Right Side Broadcasting News (RSBN) -- September 15, 2019

This is fascinating.

I don't know what you will see when you go to this site: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSW4bM-ia-4.



It may or may not show up. Hopefully what I'm seeing now will be there when you click on it.

YouTube has banned "live streaming" from this broadcasting network. Really, really amazing.

And folks think that the Russians are influencing American elections. LOL.

Right now, RSBN is still on twitter, but I wouldn't be a bit surprised if their twitter account is also banned.

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Trump Rally At Rio Rancho, NM

This is going to be huge. All city government offices will be closed all day tomorrow. All schools are closed tomorrow. There are 3,000 parking spaces for the arena. Right now, authorities anticipate more than 8,500 attending. Do the math. Folks are already standing in line. Law enforcement support from across the state has been called in. Absolutely fascinating.

Whether or not this event is overshadowed by events in the Mideast is hard to say, but one can argue that the event will be even bigger with current geopolitical events. I would imagine the mainstream media is looking for a story that is bigger than this event and that would be the story in the Mideast.

This is absolutely amazing.

Senator Tom Udall will retire at the end of his term (2020). This will end a dynasty in the west. -- NY Times. New Mexico is "in play" as they say, and that's why President Trump is visiting.

Rio Rancho is a "suburb" on the northwestern side of Albuquerque, NM. From wiki:
Rio Rancho is the largest city and economic hub of Sandoval County in New Mexico. A small portion of the city extends into northern Bernalillo County.
It is the third-largest and also one of the fastest expanding cities in New Mexico. As of the 2010 census, Rio Rancho had a population of 93,820.
Rio Rancho is part of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area.

When It Rains, It Pours -- Busy, Busy, Sunday Night -- September 15, 2019

End of second full day following the strike:
  • except that the price of oil jumped (and to tell the truth, I don't think it jumped as much as folks thought it would), one could hardly tell anything happened in the Mideast over the weekend
  • some compared it to Pearl Harbor: based on events today, the attack on Saudi Arabia compares not at all to Pearl Harbor
  • egged on to do something, Trump seems relaxed, sitting back, watching; keeps his schedule; attends New Mexico rally as scheduled
  • US stock market down slightly but futures are green for tomorrow
  • the attack on Saudi: almost a non-event
Original Post
 
Most fascinating: to see the price of gasoline at your neighborhood service station tomorrow
  • for the record, the price of unleaded regular was running $2.16 to $2.39 here in north Texas
  • along the highway, higher-priced stations, here in north Texas (DFW area): $2.39
  • I filled up for $2.16/gallon this morning in downtown Keller, TX, well away from the highways
Mideast on the brink. Story tracked here. There are so many story lines:
  • timing of the attack
    • more and more stories that Iran's economy was ready to implode due to US sanctions
    • Iran announced as recently as this week that it would pursue "speedier centrifuges": Iran admits to using advanced centrifuges, violating nuclear deal
      • time to "take out" Iran?
      • EU's "gut check": side with Iran or side with the US 
      • Iran admits it is intentionally violating the "nuclear deal"
    • Saudi getting ready to announce Aramco IPO
    • Israel's Netanyahu on the ropes
    • Brexit
    • Bolton "fired"
    • new "Alfalfa" in place for just one week (the step-brother to the heir to the throne; another son of the king of Saudi Arabia)
    • US 2020 presidential campaign has begun
    • son of Osama bin Laden confirmed killed in Afghanistan this past week
    • Trump's determination to withdraw from Afghanistan
    • the decision NOT to meet with the Taliban at Camp David 
    • US Federal Reserve under pressure to cut rates
  • global oil market 
    • attack could settle the argument: is US shale the swing producer?
    • during Mideast hostilities, Saudi Arabia may not be the swing producer
    • September and October (2019) production data won't be seen until December, 2019 and January, 2020
  • price of oil: what pundits are saying
    • even if terminal "back to normal," risk premium is now $5 - $10/bbl (forever and ever, amen)
    • if terminal takes more than a week to return to normal, think $75 WTI
    • if terminal takes a month to return to normal, think $100 WTI
  •  military: just when you thought it was safe to reduce US troops in the Mideast 
    • will Trump listen to US generals or will Trump go it alone?
    • exactly who is in charge of the US military? -- quick, name the Secretary of Defense  
  • US intelligence agencies
    • fake news
    • credibility issue
    • exactly who is in charge of US intelligence? -- quick, name the new national security advisor
  • geopolitics
    • Saudi Arabia's response is almost a "lose-lose" proposition
      • "turn the cheek" and "let it go": risks looking weak
      • military response: push the Mideast into an all-out war
Rahm Emanuel: "never let a crisis go to waste." Issues that should be affected by the attack on Saudi's oil terminals and oil field
  • opening Alaska to drilling
  • pipelines: Keystone, DAPL, others
  • US Federal Reserve decision to go rogue, or stay the course
  • Bernie, Pocahontas, et al: ban fracking
    • this is the time for Trump to emphasize that the Dems want to ban fracking 
    • he won't get many opportunities like this
Nominee for 2019 Geico Rock Award: IEA
  • IEA: "the US shale revolution has reshaped the energy landscape at home and abroad, according to latest IEA policy review"
    • note: I consider the IEA an extension of OPEC, the EU, WTO, and the UN
  • Nominees for the 2019 Geico Rock Award: here;
  • Geico Rock Award nominees for 2018
  • the IEA, as a nominee for the 2019 Geico Rock Ward --the timing of this report, that "the US shale revolution has reshaped the energy landscape at home and abroad" is simply too much -- I can't make this stuff up:
    • the price of oil -- at $50 to $60 -- is an existential issue for Saudi Arabia (and, thus by extension, a huge, huge deal for the EIA)
    • sanctions on Iran did not drive up the price of oil; US shale more than made up for any shortfall
    • the Libyan oil story is irrelevant (as are the oil stories of several other legacy oil providers)
    • Iran was about to implode
    • Venezuela was about to implode (of course, we've been saying for a decade now)
    • Mexico was about to implode
    • the IEA statement released September 13, 2019
  • the attack on Saudi Arabia: September 14, 2019; 04:00 a.m. local time

Nominees For the 2019 Geico Rock Award

Nominees for the 2019 Geico Rock Ward
  • Forbes editor(s): noted in an October 3, 2019, article that Texas, North Dakota, and New Mexico were leading the US shale revolution
  • Tulsi Gabbard: one year into the Democrat race for president, and she realizes the DNC is rigging things
  • Heritage Foundation chief economist Steve Moore: folks moving from New York to Florida due to Trump's new tax law
  • Financial Times: US shale's rise means supply threats no longer have the same power to shock the market.
  • Javier Blas: the US is producing the "wrong" kind of oil 
  • Neil Ackerman: stone circles found in England are notoriously difficult to date
  • Mark Jaccard: "we are still living in a fossil-fuel-based economy"
  • IEA: US shale revolution changed global energy market
  • House of Saud: taking 5% of the global oil supply off the market might cause oil prices to rise;

Wind Farms -- September 15, 2019

See this post.

A reader commented after reading the EIA prognostication at that post:
The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) claims that wind power can generate electricity for 8¢ per kilowatt-hour (kWh). However, this is based on poor assumptions and glossing over important realities.

It assumes average wind turbine lifetime is 30 years, the same as a conventional fossil fuel power plant. In reality, most turbines last only 15 years, and less offshore. It ignores the cost of backup power. It includes no cost for transmission lines from wind farms to distant cities. Most significantly, it omits subsidies.

A 2016 Utah State University study shows the following extra costs omitted or miscalculated by the EIA for wind power: 15-years not 30-year life expectancies (US 7¢ per kWh), backup power (at least 2.3¢ cents if the back-up is natural gas), transmission costs (2.7¢), government subsidies (23¢).
All that means the real cost of wind power is a staggering 43¢ per kilowatt hour! That’s seven times the cost of natural gas-generated electricity!
The Utah State University study will download as a pdf.

To the best of my knowledge, wind farms
  • pay no royalties to anyone but the surface owner;
  • return any cash to the local community; and, 
  • require subsidies, tax breaks, mandates to survive.

Happy Days Are Here Again -- A Goldilocks Frame Of Mind-- And Great Music -- September 15, 2019

Disclaimer: this is not an investment site. Do not make any investment, financial, career, travel, job, or relationship ....

.... break, break, I don't care what you say. I finally remembered the song that I couldn't recall.

First, this was the song I was listening to last night ...

One Headlight, The Wallflowers

.... and it reminded me of another song. But I couldn't recall .... now, 24 hours later, it's here! Wow! I just love the way the human frontal lobe -- or is it the parietal lobe ... probably the latter ... works .... 

My Love For Evermore, The Hilly Moon Explosion
 
... now back to where I was ...

.... decisions based on what you read here or think you may have read here.

Wow, I'm in a great mood.

Right now,I'm in a Goldilocks frame of mind. The market was flirting with new highs when we last left it last week. But oil and gas sector was dragging.

Now, today ... the Dow drops 115 points. A rounding error in the big scheme of things, but WTI? Up 12% or thereabouts. Happy days are here again.

Harold Hamm must be smiling. He would have lots to say about this.

Is Oilprice reporting anything? Nothing.

Wow.

Futures: Dow recovering a bit.

WTI: up 10%. Now trading, in pre-market, at $60.66.

Saudi is going to see this and realize that, hey, cutting back production might be the answer. Well, duh?

Later: see first comment. A reader nominates the House of Saud for the 2019 Geico Rock Award.

Top International Energy Story Of The Year? -- We'll See -- September, 15, 2019

The Permian is now the world's top oil producer -- Robert Rapier, senior contributor, energy, Forbes, April 6, 2019. Link here.
Conventional wisdom held that Ghawar has been producing 5 million barrels per day (BPD) of crude oil for decades. The prospectus notes that Ghawar has produced more than half of the Kingdom's cumulative oil production to date, but it reported that 2018 production was only 3.8 million BPD.
We don't know for certain the reasons, but we now have this report from Saudi Aramco that Ghawar produced 3.8 million BPD in 2018. The Energy Information Administration reports that the Permian Basin is now producing 4.2 million BPD. For all of 2018 the Permian Basin averaged 3.4 million BPD, but production during the year increased by 1.1 million BPD. Production hit the 3.8 million BPD mark in October and has risen in every month since then.
So, we can reasonably conclude that right now -- regardless of the reason -- the Permian Basin has overtaken Ghawar as the world's top oil-producer. That may not last if Saudi is constraining production in Ghawar, or if Permian production slows down anytime soon.
But it marks the first time in decades that Ghawar wasn't the top-producing oil field in the world.
What about Khurais oil field?

Well, what about it?

Wiki link here.

Random Update Regarding Top Stories For 2019

I've spent much of the day updating older wells. I was blown away by the production numbers that are being reported.

Every year I come up with the year's top stories, usually posting the list as soon after January first as I can.

I have that list "in draft" now. I wanted to add something to the list in one of the categories below after seeing new production numbers:
Most exciting small non-operator in the Bakken

Most exciting micro operator in the Bakken

Most exciting small operator in the Bakken

Most exciting medium operator in the Bakken

Most exciting large operator in the Bakken:
For three of the five categories, I have penciled in my choice; obviously those choices could change by the end of the year.

After looking at the Fort Berthold wells, I knew that Bruin needed to be considered for "most exciting small operator in the Bakken." I was amazed. I had already penciled in Bruin for that title.

For "most exciting large operator in the Bakken," that's going to be very, very tough. I think the edge still goes to MRO, but Hess' recent production numbers make that company worth considering; and, CLR's 60-well Long Creek Unit is certainly exciting.

Top stories here.

Top stories for 2018.

It Will Be Interesting To See EIA Projections After Recent GeoPolitical Events In The Mideast When Some People Did Some Things -- September 15, 2019

From a January 28, 2019, post:
Meanwhile, from just earlier this month:
One year ago -- repeating, one year ago, the EIA saw American crude oil production averaging just less than 12 million bopd in 2042 -- 24 years from now (from 2018) -- this year, the EIA says "Never mind."

The US will likely produce 14 million bopd in 2020 -- next year. 
A year ago, January, 2018, the EIA forecast that the US would average 11.95 million bbls by 2042. By 2042. That's 20+ years from now. Now, one year later, January, 2019, the EIA forecasts the US will hit 14 billion bopd in 2022, and will top out at 14.53 million bopd in 2031.  
It will be interesting to see how the recent geopolitical events in Saudi Arabia will affect these projections. 

Another Staggering MRO Antelope-Sanish Well Updated -- September 15, 2019

If you have nothing else to do today, you might enjoy the update at this post. Newbies should definitely take a look.

Staggering -- Hess Reports Two Huge Wells; One With A Small Frack; Neighboring Well With Jump In Production -- September 15, 2019

Comments for newbies:
  • it's easy to miss these because when they come off the confidential list, they are SI/NC (DUCs) and when they are completed, they are not reported in the daily activity report
  • these are huge wells; it sort of answers the critics who suggest Hess is unable to complete big wells in the Bakken (I've been part of that group, but never really said much about that; I was wrong; Hess is doing just fine, thank you)
  • if  you need more proof, see this post; I think Hess holds the all-time Bakken record, and perhaps the worldwide/global onshore IP record; I could be wrong;
  • I only checked frack data for two wells, but look at the huge well and the small amount of proppant, and few stages, #34863
  • small-to-moderate jump in production in neighboring wells that were not re-fracked
Disclaimer: I am inappropriately exuberant about the Bakken.

Note: the Bakken never ceases to amaze me.

Note: in the old days, all of these wells would have been placed on "Record IP Page" but I generally don't do that, unless it's a "real, real" record. LOL. There are just too many Bakken wells that now qualify for "record IP" based on "old" criteria.

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Update Of An Earlier Note

From an earlier note, back on June 13, 2019: 
Wells coming off the confidential list today -- Thursday, June 13, 2019 -- three wells coming off the confidential list? They were all SI/NC (DUCs) at the time.
So, how did they do? For the two that have since reported, I would say very, very, very well:
  • 34864, 3,659, Hess, BB-Eide-151-95-3328H-10, Blue Buttes, t7/19; cum 45K over 28 days;
  • 34863, 3,382, Hess, BB-Eide-151-95-3328H-9, Blue Buttes, t7/19; cum 57K over 31 days;
34864: 31 stages; 9.9 million lbs proppant; all sand (large frack):
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN7-20192844609444311387709852393747022


34863: 31 stages; 4.9 million lbs proppant (no typo), all sand (small to medium frack) --
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN7-201931566315640526951106723732173312

The six wells on that 6-well pad:
  • 34867, 3,490, 24K over 16 days;
  • 34866, 2,943, 35K over 20 days;
  • 34865, 3,080, 25K over 24 days;
  • 34864, see above;
  • 34863, see above,
  • 35149, 4,040, Hess, BB-Eide-151-95-3328H-8, Blue Buttes, t6/19; cum 69K over 34 days:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN7-20193159537597301391771592601951112
BAKKEN6-20193897885472585105701027

A few feet to the east:
  • 21429, 1,140, Hess, BB-Eide-151-95-3328H-2, Blue Buttes, t12/12; cum 364K, recent production after coming back on line:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN7-20191636213137147540005244
BAKKEN6-20190000000
BAKKEN5-20190000000
BAKKEN4-20191155371338144901339
BAKKEN3-20193117881700330501104701
BAKKEN2-2019271639218296283702578
  • 21428, 1,191, Hess, BB-Eide-151-95-3328H-1; Blue Buttes, t12/12; cum 305K, recent production after coming back on line:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN7-20191612021088104154801399
BAKKEN6-20190000000
BAKKEN5-20190000000
BAKKEN4-201994787141243070224
BAKKEN3-20193119621923547192001610
BAKKEN2-20192818941971330327902999

Regarding That Recent Talk That ND Operators Are Cutting Back On Production -- That Is Likely Accurate -- September 15, 2019

Re-posting from June 16, 2019.

From The Williston Herald, this screenshot:



50,000 bbls of oil per day. Let's say the "massive well pad" has fifty wells. Each well would be capable of producing 1,000 bbls of oil per day, or 30,000 bbls of oil per month.

Assuming no error in the message or the reporting.

Note: CLR is not based in Denver, CO. Slawson and Whiting are.

Disclaimer: I am inappropriately exuberant about the Bakken.

So, How Are The "2010" EOG Bakken Wells Doing? -- September 15, 2019

There are two charts on this page. Data is the same in both charts. The first chart is sorted by IP test date; the second chart is sorted by total crude oil production.

For now, this is the entire list of EOG wells that had an IP test date in 2010 (the chart starts with a well with an IP in 2011 and goes into 2009). My database has every EOG permit and this particular chart is sorted based on the NDIC status date. This means that there could be EOG wells that have an IP date in 2008 that do not show up in this list. I have not completed the entire database for EOG.

This all started as an exercise for another reason.

Disclaimer: there will be typographical and factual errors in this spreadsheet. If this is important to you, go to the source.

Points of interest:
  • huge delta between the best wells and the poorest wells
  • many of these wells are not impressive, considering that many (most?) are two-section wells
  • they have produced pretty much continuously for eight years and will easily be in production for 35 years
  • many are now stripper wells
  • cumulative production is mediocre for many of these wells, considering these wells are nine years old;
Sorted by IP test date:
Permit/File Number
Status
Status Date
IP Date
July 2018 Days of Prodution
Bbls of Oil for Entire Month
Total Cumulative Oil
Operator

18539
A
1/1/11
01/05/2011
4
108
197,067
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 8-0506H
19358
A
12/12/10
12/16/2010
16
543
152,054
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 22-07H
19319
A
4/15/18
12/06/2010
4
54
142,454
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LOSTWOOD 13-25H
19387
A
1/15/19
11/24/2010
22
256
122,413
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 102-02H
19004
A
11/19/10
11/21/2010
31
1034
197,600
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 12-07H
19451
A
11/17/10
11/18/2010
4
38
175,939
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 23-2017H
18808
AB
4/27/16
11/10/2010
0


EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 142-3019H
19336
A
11/6/10
11/07/2010
4
106
184,639
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 102-0506H
19125
A
5/15/19
10/28/2010
31
582
92,784
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 103-06H
19200
A
10/25/10
10/26/2010
0
0
275,407
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 36-2722H
16728
A
10/15/18
10/25/2010
31
544
70,627
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
RUUD 1-18H
18585
A
10/21/10
10/22/2010
0
0
95,888
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
JAMES HILL 5-24H
19239
A
10/21/10
10/21/2010
0
0
132,114
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LEBRON 1-01H
18774
A
10/16/10
10/17/2010
31
764
182,486
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 5-16H
18479
A
10/13/10
10/14/2010
1
4
169,912
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 17-1324H
16994
A
9/12/17
10/06/2010
31
438
89,894
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MODEL 1-05H
17543
A
10/5/10
10/06/2010
31
730
133,633
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
OAKLAND 4-21H
18411
A
10/2/10
10/04/2010
31
480
213,119
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 10-05H
18668
A
8/15/18
09/29/2010
31
425
98,576
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROUND PRAIRIE 2-20H
18594
A
9/27/10
09/28/2010
31
1151
194,462
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 7-17H
19124
A
9/25/10
09/25/2010
13
208
226,935
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 35-0618H
18908
A
3/15/19
09/24/2010
31
941
193,083
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 6-20H
18862
A
9/20/10
09/20/2010
13
305
166,564
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VANVILLE 6-25H
18971
A
9/14/10
09/15/2010
31
807
245,512
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 09-23H
19018
A
4/27/16
09/12/2010
31
792
404,145
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 15-15H
18038
A
9/8/10
09/09/2010
31
719
335,462
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 5-24H
18493
A
9/7/10
09/08/2010
4
112
254,490
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 10-2128H
18464
A
9/1/10
09/03/2010
31
796
208,892
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 1-10H
18884
A
6/15/18
09/02/2010
31
942
226,002
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 23-12H
18532
A
11/15/17
08/30/2010
3
29
116,939
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 7-04H
18877
A
7/15/19
08/25/2010
9
233
145,881
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 103-13H
17992
A
8/15/18
08/24/2010
31
1027
241,983
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 4-13H
18622
A
2/24/17
08/19/2010
31
418
84,521
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MONT 1-28H
18065
A
6/15/19
08/18/2010
0
0
99,887
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 100-26H
18697
A
8/13/10
08/13/2010
31
978
270,583
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 4-15H
18927
A
8/8/10
08/09/2010
31
806
193,086
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 2-09H
19109
A
2/15/18
08/02/2010
31
562
141,023
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 32-05HX
18571
A
8/1/10
08/02/2010
27
304
113,157
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 5-03H
16587
A
7/15/19
07/28/2010
16
687
133,215
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 20-16H
18825
A
6/15/17
07/25/2010
31
1640
623,010
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 8-36H
18672
A
7/24/10
07/24/2010
0
0
388,641
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 14-31H
18850
A
11/15/18
07/23/2010
0
0
104,962
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 129-08H
18365
A
10/15/18
07/21/2010
17
372
355,498
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 8-01H
18767
A
11/15/18
07/17/2010
31
397
117,773
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 108-08H
18660
A
7/15/10
07/15/2010
0
0
88,410
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 16-12H
18609
A
7/8/10
07/08/2010
0
0
432,160
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
PALERMO 2-18H
18121
A
7/7/10
07/07/2010
31
323
99,491
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 17-21H
18800
A
7/4/10
07/05/2010
31
526
216,802
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 38-20H
18147
A
11/15/18
07/04/2010
31
371
30,114
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 16-20H
17786
A
7/2/10
07/02/2010
4
76
165,100
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 10-03H
18763
A
10/15/17
06/30/2010
12
561
221,974
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 15-28H
17951
A
6/24/10
06/24/2010
31
369
75,986
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
OAKLAND 5-16H
18843
A
6/18/10
06/22/2010
12
656
170,041
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 18-10H
18432
A
5/15/17
06/19/2010
16
152
310,449
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 13-35H
18438
A
4/15/18
06/18/2010
31
365
114,094
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 32-33H
18562
A
12/15/18
06/15/2010
13
497
135,414
3306103425
OG
18203
A
6/9/10
06/14/2010
31
579
229,338
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 34-31H
18473
A
6/12/10
06/12/2010
31
513
269,551
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 18-30H
18110
A
6/6/10
06/06/2010
31
349
230,203
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 11-10H
18454
A
6/5/10
06/05/2010
31
430
128,691
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 7-25H
17542
A
6/3/10
06/03/2010
31
596
149,479
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 24-08H
18504
A
5/30/10
05/30/2010
28
1374
598,680
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 7-23H
18554
A
5/28/10
05/28/2010
11
151
94,712
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
KANDIYOHI 2-20H
18509
A
5/15/19
05/27/2010
3
34
149,035
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
HARDSCRABBLE 1-16H
18403
A
8/15/19
05/25/2010
15
703
250,858
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 26-18H
17997
A
5/21/10
05/21/2010
31
235
196,204
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 6-25H
18519
A
2/17/10
05/20/2010
4
27
148,270
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 13-08H
18057
A
7/15/18
05/18/2010
31
1384
348,320
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 37-07H
17911
A
5/16/10
05/16/2010
31
537
134,399
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 4-06H
18535
A
9/15/18
05/14/2010
0
0
159,407
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 8-26H
18484
A
5/31/10
05/13/2010
4
29
134,281
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 33-33H
17277
A
5/10/10
05/10/2010
31
701
373,564
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WESTGARD 1-28H
18616
A
5/8/10
05/08/2010
0
0
118,694
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 25-23H
18391
A
5/15/19
05/05/2010
31
606
131,914
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
JAMES HILL 4-10H
18010
A
8/15/18
05/03/2010
22
1953
408,041
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
AUSTIN 30-13H
18422
A
4/30/10
05/03/2010
0
0
109,010
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 29-34H
18449
IA
6/15/19
05/01/2010
0
0
106,705
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
REDMOND 1-06H
18273
A
4/23/10
04/30/2010
0
0
136,572
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 18-14H
18461
A
9/15/18
04/26/2010
4
22
109,542
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 34-31H
18337
A
4/15/10
04/15/2010
31
422
135,925
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 17-01H
18319
A
4/12/10
04/12/2010
31
1685
610,367
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 11-02H
18444
A
4/22/16
03/18/2010
16
402
128,518
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 100-09H
18310
A
11/15/17
02/17/2010
16
409
129,443
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 21-04H
18257
A
1/21/10
01/21/2010
31
479
145,576
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROUND PRAIRIE 1-17H
18214
A
12/4/09
12/05/2009
13
488
239,700
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
JAMES HILL 1-31H

Sorted by cumulative production:
Permit/File Number
Status
Status Date
IP Date
July 2018 Days of Prodution
Bbls of Oil for Entire Month
Total Cumulative Oil
Operator

18825
A
6/15/17
07/25/2010
31
1640
623,010
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 8-36H
18319
A
4/12/10
04/12/2010
31
1685
610,367
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 11-02H
18504
A
5/30/10
05/30/2010
28
1374
598,680
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 7-23H
18609
A
7/8/10
07/08/2010
0
0
432,160
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
PALERMO 2-18H
18010
A
8/15/18
05/03/2010
22
1953
408,041
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
AUSTIN 30-13H
19018
A
4/27/16
09/12/2010
31
792
404,145
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 15-15H
18672
A
7/24/10
07/24/2010
0
0
388,641
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 14-31H
17277
A
5/10/10
05/10/2010
31
701
373,564
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WESTGARD 1-28H
18365
A
10/15/18
07/21/2010
17
372
355,498
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 8-01H
18057
A
7/15/18
05/18/2010
31
1384
348,320
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 37-07H
18038
A
9/8/10
09/09/2010
31
719
335,462
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 5-24H
18432
A
5/15/17
06/19/2010
16
152
310,449
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 13-35H
19200
A
10/25/10
10/26/2010
0
0
275,407
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 36-2722H
18697
A
8/13/10
08/13/2010
31
978
270,583
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 4-15H
18473
A
6/12/10
06/12/2010
31
513
269,551
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 18-30H
18493
A
9/7/10
09/08/2010
4
112
254,490
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 10-2128H
18403
A
8/15/19
05/25/2010
15
703
250,858
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 26-18H
18971
A
9/14/10
09/15/2010
31
807
245,512
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 09-23H
17992
A
8/15/18
08/24/2010
31
1027
241,983
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 4-13H
18214
A
12/4/09
12/05/2009
13
488
239,700
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
JAMES HILL 1-31H
18110
A
6/6/10
06/06/2010
31
349
230,203
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 11-10H
18203
A
6/9/10
06/14/2010
31
579
229,338
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 34-31H
19124
A
9/25/10
09/25/2010
13
208
226,935
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 35-0618H
18884
A
6/15/18
09/02/2010
31
942
226,002
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 23-12H
18763
A
10/15/17
06/30/2010
12
561
221,974
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 15-28H
18800
A
7/4/10
07/05/2010
31
526
216,802
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 38-20H
18411
A
10/2/10
10/04/2010
31
480
213,119
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 10-05H
18464
A
9/1/10
09/03/2010
31
796
208,892
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 1-10H
19004
A
11/19/10
11/21/2010
31
1034
197,600
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 12-07H
18539
A
1/1/11
01/05/2011
4
108
197,067
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 8-0506H
17997
A
5/21/10
05/21/2010
31
235
196,204
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 6-25H
18594
A
9/27/10
09/28/2010
31
1151
194,462
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 7-17H
18927
A
8/8/10
08/09/2010
31
806
193,086
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 2-09H
18908
A
3/15/19
09/24/2010
31
941
193,083
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 6-20H
19336
A
11/6/10
11/07/2010
4
106
184,639
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 102-0506H
18774
A
10/16/10
10/17/2010
31
764
182,486
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MANDAREE 5-16H
19451
A
11/17/10
11/18/2010
4
38
175,939
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 23-2017H
18843
A
6/18/10
06/22/2010
12
656
170,041
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 18-10H
18479
A
10/13/10
10/14/2010
1
4
169,912
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 17-1324H
18862
A
9/20/10
09/20/2010
13
305
166,564
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VANVILLE 6-25H
17786
A
7/2/10
07/02/2010
4
76
165,100
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 10-03H
18535
A
9/15/18
05/14/2010
0
0
159,407
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 8-26H
19358
A
12/12/10
12/16/2010
16
543
152,054
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 22-07H
17542
A
6/3/10
06/03/2010
31
596
149,479
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 24-08H
18509
A
5/15/19
05/27/2010
3
34
149,035
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
HARDSCRABBLE 1-16H
18519
A
2/17/10
05/20/2010
4
27
148,270
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 13-08H
18877
A
7/15/19
08/25/2010
9
233
145,881
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 103-13H
18257
A
1/21/10
01/21/2010
31
479
145,576
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROUND PRAIRIE 1-17H
19319
A
4/15/18
12/06/2010
4
54
142,454
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LOSTWOOD 13-25H
19109
A
2/15/18
08/02/2010
31
562
141,023
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 32-05HX
18273
A
4/23/10
04/30/2010
0
0
136,572
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 18-14H
18337
A
4/15/10
04/15/2010
31
422
135,925
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 17-01H
18562
A
12/15/18
06/15/2010
13
497
135,414
3306103425
OG
17911
A
5/16/10
05/16/2010
31
537
134,399
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
BURKE 4-06H
18484
A
5/31/10
05/13/2010
4
29
134,281
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 33-33H
17543
A
10/5/10
10/06/2010
31
730
133,633
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
OAKLAND 4-21H
16587
A
7/15/19
07/28/2010
16
687
133,215
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 20-16H
19239
A
10/21/10
10/21/2010
0
0
132,114
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LEBRON 1-01H
18391
A
5/15/19
05/05/2010
31
606
131,914
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
JAMES HILL 4-10H
18310
A
11/15/17
02/17/2010
16
409
129,443
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 21-04H
18454
A
6/5/10
06/05/2010
31
430
128,691
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 7-25H
18444
A
4/22/16
03/18/2010
16
402
128,518
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROSS 100-09H
19387
A
1/15/19
11/24/2010
22
256
122,413
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
VAN HOOK 102-02H
18616
A
5/8/10
05/08/2010
0
0
118,694
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 25-23H
18767
A
11/15/18
07/17/2010
31
397
117,773
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 108-08H
18532
A
11/15/17
08/30/2010
3
29
116,939
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
CLEARWATER 7-04H
18438
A
4/15/18
06/18/2010
31
365
114,094
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 32-33H
18571
A
8/1/10
08/02/2010
27
304
113,157
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 5-03H
18461
A
9/15/18
04/26/2010
4
22
109,542
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 34-31H
18422
A
4/30/10
05/03/2010
0
0
109,010
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 29-34H
18449
IA
6/15/19
05/01/2010
0
0
106,705
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
REDMOND 1-06H
18850
A
11/15/18
07/23/2010
0
0
104,962
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 129-08H
18065
A
6/15/19
08/18/2010
0
0
99,887
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
LIBERTY 100-26H
18121
A
7/7/10
07/07/2010
31
323
99,491
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 17-21H
18668
A
8/15/18
09/29/2010
31
425
98,576
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
ROUND PRAIRIE 2-20H
18585
A
10/21/10
10/22/2010
0
0
95,888
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
JAMES HILL 5-24H
18554
A
5/28/10
05/28/2010
11
151
94,712
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
KANDIYOHI 2-20H
19125
A
5/15/19
10/28/2010
31
582
92,784
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 103-06H
16994
A
9/12/17
10/06/2010
31
438
89,894
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MODEL 1-05H
18660
A
7/15/10
07/15/2010
0
0
88,410
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
SIDONIA 16-12H
18622
A
2/24/17
08/19/2010
31
418
84,521
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
MONT 1-28H
17951
A
6/24/10
06/24/2010
31
369
75,986
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
OAKLAND 5-16H
16728
A
10/15/18
10/25/2010
31
544
70,627
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
RUUD 1-18H
18147
A
11/15/18
07/04/2010
31
371
30,114
EOG RESOURCES, INC.
FERTILE 16-20H
18808
AB
4/27/16
11/10/2010
0


EOG RESOURCES, INC.
WAYZETTA 142-3019H